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Old April 16th, 2011, 03:20 PM   #1
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Rubi Dana 44 F & R Axles, 5:13 Alloy Gears, Alloy Shafts, Alloy tube seals on front. Includes Rubicon locker pumps, locker switch etc. Located at zip code 53185

Rear is setup for coilovers a triangulated upper and is trussed. Front is setup for coilovers, and 3 link with panhard. Modifying back to OEM brakets is no problem if need be.

Front axle is fitted with the WJ lower ball joint as I had upgraded to WJ front brakes, however the WJ outer knuckles and brakes are not included. I will include the stock Rubi outers with the axles if you wish, but the lower ball joints will need to be changed back to the stock Rubi type. No big deal, push out the WJ and push in the TJ.

Upgraded rig to 40's and Pro Rocks. These axles held up to the 37 x 13.50 x 17 Nitto Mud Grapplers, all over Colorado and Moab for 3 seasons without ever breaking a shaft . Didn't want to push them with 40's however.





Asking $3,300 OBO for the entire axle package as described above.

The Nitto Tires are also for sale in this thread Asking $1,100 OBO
37" Nitto Tires

PM with questions or offers

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Old April 17th, 2011, 09:40 PM   #2
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Old April 17th, 2011, 09:50 PM   #3
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I saw $1100 and got excited....then I realized it was just for the tires
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Well make an offer and maybe you can still be excited
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Old April 21st, 2011, 01:29 AM   #5
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Old April 21st, 2011, 06:35 PM   #6
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Hi, I am looking for something bolt in for my TJ Would it be possible for you to convert these to the factory mounts?

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I suppose it is possible. Let me know if your are seriously interested and I will look into it
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I am very interested if it isn't too much trouble. I only ask because in your post "Modifying back to OEM brakets is no problem if need be."
I have absolutely no fabrication skills and would have no idea on how to get your current configuration to work for me. I am in need of a front axle after an accident so I thought why not upgrade.

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I am looking into the stock brackets now but another good option would be for you to look at a full traction ultimate lift kit. That would give you a tringulated rear upper and you would only need the spring buckets and shock mounts then. The front is not an issue anyway as the three remaing brackets are oem now anyway.

Also if you already have axles with stock brackets on them it would be pretty darn easy to cut them off and move them to these axles.

Also I was assuming you had a TJ but then I saw your signature and though it might be an XJ which would make it even easier to do.
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I may be making a trip to superlift park for memorial day so I could save you some money on shipping for these. Make an offer

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